A Serbian touch of humour

On Saturday evening, we attended a friend’s birthday party at a small local restaurant. The Kafana Katun has a distinct Serbian flavor : wooden rustic furniture, red and white checkered tablecloths and curtains, an old wood burning stove, large carriage wheels, and an odd assortment of items scattered here and there : blueberry combs, guitars, and the type of coal irons still very much in use in India, but here, displayed for decoration. The music was local, and so were the food and the drinks. And then, there was this funny piece of humor art. For those who like their I’s dotted, and their T’s properly crossed, “Ulje na platnu” means oil on canvas, in Serbian.IMG_4005

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